Paul B. Hall employee pleads guilty

November 2018, Kelsie Spencer, 24, of Mine Fork Road, Salyersville, tampered with the consumer product butorphanol tartrate, also known as Stadol, a Schedule IV controlled substance, by removing vials of the drug from a supply area at Paul B. Hall Regional Medical Center, where she was employed at the time. She used a syringe to inject a saline solution back into these vials in an effort to conceal this criminal activity.

Tampering with a consumer product includes a maximum of 10 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000. To that count, court records show, Spencer has plead guilty.